Building on the success of the Robobuilder platform, we’re packing the best of Robobuilder in a 5710K Special Edition.
All our 5710K robots come equipped with the Distance Sensor (Object Detection Sensor) and the Acceleration Sensor. Best of all: we’re including these extra sensors for Free!
You get all high-tech features in an easy-to-use, extremely flexible kit. Whether you’re a Beginner or an Expert you’ll find numerous programming options and hardware features to meet your skills.
This Christmas we’re also throwing in a USB to Serial converter so you can easily connect your robot to any computer!
The robot has a built-in Microprocessor for storing and executing Motions and Autonomous Behaviors.
5 different programming options are available to suit absolute Beginners as well as Intermediate and Expert Users.
In addition we have included the Object Detection (Distance) Sensor and Acceleration Sensor in this Robosavvy Edition further improving its performance in autonomous missions.
Smooth Learning Curve:
Starting with the easy joint-insert assembly system, you can start using the robot immediately with the motions that come pre programmed onto the Robot.
can be used to create and add new moves to the robot using a simple “catch-and-play” system.
Once you’re familiar with the robot, you can move on to programming Autonomous Behaviours:
is a friendly graphical tool for Beginners to create simple behaviours (avoid obstacles, get up after falling, etc.)
Microsoft Robotics Development Studio:
Use the included Robobuilder MSRDS Manual to learn about the robot and how to use the Visual Programming Language to have it react to Voice Commands, Control from your Keyboard or Gamepad, etc.
Microsoft Visual Studio.Net:
Choose form the MSRDS libraries or the Libraries Developed by our Community that will let you perform full interaction with the Robot, the Sensors and the Servo bus.
sample software and libraries are available for programming the robot, including full Source Code of the Standard Firmware.
Any other languages are supported (Ruby, Python, PHP) by using the robust RBC protocol and wCK protocols to interact with the robot over the serial port or Bluetooth.*
These protocols make it possible to write a full Control Cycle with an external processor/device very easily.
(The options marked with ‘*’ mean the Robot and the Computer will interact in real time; you can use the included cable or upgrade to Bluetooth for wireless communication)
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